Enjoy our videos and audios giving a true flavour of the Fringe.
Fringe Marketing officer Stephanie Billen tells BBC Radio Derby's Simon Morykin how Buxton's venues have given a big thumbs up to the Fringe.
Molly and Dean from Blackboard Theatre explain what Buxton Fringe means to them and go behind the scenes to talk to Fringe Chair Stephen Walker.
Fringe Marketing Officer Stephanie Billen opens Buxton Fringe 2020 with help from Floella Flap-a-lot from the Sculpture Trail. July 1st 2020.
Stephanie Billen talks to Trevor Thomas about the Buxton Fringe's amazing revival following the Covid crisis.
Stephanie Billen explains to Steve Bailey how Buxton Fringe is finding new ways to entertain online and on the phone.
Fringe Marketing Officer Stephanie Billen talks about this year's exciting Phone@5 scheme alongside performers Mike Raffone and Tora Wilson of Poperasops.
Young theatre group Shadow Syndicate share their enthusiasm for the Fringe on Radio Derby's The Top Floor programme.
Fringe Marketing Officer Stephanie Billen enjoys some banter with Twiggy ahead of the February early bird deadline.
Geoff Baker from Gare du Nord Theatre Company shows off his moves alongside the Fringe40 float.
Johnny Dysfunctional and friends celebrate Xmas in July in great style at our Programme Party at the Green Man Gallery.
Comedian and talented musician Hattie Hatstar performs at the Programme Party alongside other Fringe40 stars.
The joyful League of Ladies choir entertains us at the Programme Party at the Green Man Gallery in June.
Fringe Chair Keith Savage is interviewed by Marketing Officer Stephanie Billen at the Green Man Gallery, Buxton. Keith reflects on his long involvement with the Fringe and how the event has changed over the years.
Burbage Band premieres The Secrets of the Water by Alistair Harrison, a second-year student at the University of Salford. The work was commissioned to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Buxton Fringe and performed to an enthusiastic audience at Christ Church, Burbage on May 17.
Barbara Langham, a Fringe chair in the 1980s, talks to Stephanie Billen about the ethos of the Fringe and memories including an impromptu Morris dance by then Speaker of the House Viscount Tonypandy and a fringe of the Fringe in the Crescent. Recorded in 2019.